Levi 514, Joes kinetic fit straight fit.
I also find spendier jeans fit me better, which isn’t a problem as they last me 4-5 years… So 3 pairs that fit/feel/look great at around $100/pop is totally fine with me. Fit is extremely important if you tuck your shirt in. I’m not a clothes whore though. I subscribe to the theory of owning less clothes, but each clothing piece should fit perfectly and be versatile enough to work with >50% of your wardrobe. Clothes you only wear a handful of times per year are a waste IMO (owning 1 great fitting navy or gray suit being the exception).
I work an office job (with weekly construction site visits) but recreate exclusively in the mountains and am very rough on those clothing items. My office clothes are for the office, and I have a pair of carhartt pants and a pair of hiking/outdoor pants for trail work, home improvement, backpacking, etc.